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To: Paul Senior who wrote (21068)4/6/2005 6:23:06 PM
From: Madharry
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well i moved my portfolio around a little- sold some of crxl, added to MAXY CEGE DNDN at these levels.

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To: Carl Worth who wrote (20672)4/6/2005 6:36:20 PM
From: Paul Senior
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Carl Worth, regarding housing stock SPF: Fwiw, I'm considering upping my position a bit at this point.

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To: gcrispin who wrote (21057)4/6/2005 8:09:25 PM
From: James Perry
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gcrispin, I now have taken a close look at your choices mentioned in 2057, and agree that all have value. I will tuck a little of each into my portfolio, though in truth I believe Enpath is the one most likely to be a multi-bagger. I always buy with a long term view, but I look at my age and feel that I probably won't be able to wait for some of them.

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To: Madharry who wrote (21069)4/6/2005 10:30:04 PM
From: Paul Senior
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Madharry, I can't see those buys. (I have already admitted admitted that I don't see so well though -g-.) Just don't understand the attraction. Of those three companies, as I screen 'em, there's only one that's ever shown a profit, and that was for just one year. So what's the attraction for value players or anybody? OTOH, I certainly can see selling some CRXL. If you bought when it was mentioned here (I don't recall by whom) as a below cash play, you ought to have a 5-6 or 7 bagger with it at this point.

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To: Madharry who wrote (21069)4/6/2005 10:30:21 PM
From: Paul Senior
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delete duplicate post

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To: Paul Senior who wrote (21065)4/7/2005 9:59:17 AM
From: Spekulatius
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Spekulatius, timely move by you out of BUD
True, but moving into WMT does not look too good today either. Still I think that WMT looks better than BUD at this point -i expect BUD to end up in the low 40's before long.

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To: Spekulatius who wrote (21074)4/7/2005 11:13:09 AM
From: Paul Senior
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Spekulatius, I'll take a little WMT here. But I ain't going shopping there unless I'm desperate.

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To: Madharry who wrote (21069)4/7/2005 12:08:42 PM
From: - with a K
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Ahhhh, DNDN.

My "shame pick," as Paul so rightly calls these that go against you and you don't sell. The only thing I can think of to say about it now is that it is so unloved and untrusted.

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To: - with a K who wrote (21076)4/7/2005 12:22:10 PM
From: Paul Senior
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Value investors sometimes do well by selling pride and buying shame.

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To: hoyasaxa who wrote (21043)4/7/2005 7:08:47 PM
From: Brinks
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$ 100 potential for every $ 1 invested says newsletter writer Ron Struthers on my recent Scientigo or Market Central pick last week. Ron saw my summary I posted here and liked it so much he picked up the stock after talking with CEO. I did not talk with CEO.

I had no input in Struthers report on MKTE below. I call this my value play--$ 100 to $ 1 per Struthers. I purchased shares today, yesterday, last week and probably tomorrow.

My research summarized here became the basis for the newsletter coverage below:

Message 21114117

The stock has not moved at all since the newsletter came out last week.

Newsletter promo:

Imagine Buying Google at $ 2.00 !

How about a stock that a Newsletter writer feels has a potential of $ 100 for every $ 1 invested.

Read the following:

Newsletter writer Ron Struthers just came out with the report that says: "The Next Big Thing In Search Technology." And the outside counsel of GOOGLE is part of the intellectual property team at Market Central or Scientigo (MKTE). Ultimate Disruptive Search Technology…...

Struthers Newsletter REPORT March 29, 2005:

"The potential here is enormous because this company has a tiny market cap of just US$14.0 million and the market could put a value on this of $1 or $2 billion when it finds out about them. This means we have a chance to make $100 for every $1 invested, it is like being a seed investor in Google."

See Ron Struthers complete Newsletter REPORT here on Market Central:

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